Thousands of serious activists are giving thought to all questions related to the development of an anti-war movement that can strike even more powerful blows against this latest round of imperialist wars. This article represents an effort to directly confront the most serious questions related to the development of the anti-war movement.
The satisfaction of an anti-war movement which persuaded one million people to tell Iraqis they must continue to live under a tyranny has been disturbed by a dispute among the comrades on the vexed questions of gender and sexual orientation.
On November 8, the United Nations Security Council gave the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein one last chance to give up its weapons of mass destruction and avoid a conflict. Passed unanimously, UN Security Council Resolution 1441 confirms anew that Iraq has been, and remains, in material breach of its disarmament obligations arising from the terms of the cease-fire it agreed to at the end of the Gulf War in 1991.